Mehndi ceremonies are one of the most significant customs in Indian weddings. After all, it is the day when the brides, bridesmaids, girlfriends and other women in the family come together and apply mehndi all the while having fun and making merry.
As the function is a close-knit and personal affair, it is only fitting to add that creative touch with these DIY Ideas.
DIY Chandeliers: Flower and feather chandeliers
Mason Jar Hangings
Chinese Umbrellas suspended as ceiling decor
Pinwheel Table Centerpieces
Mehendi Themed Cakes and Cookies
Mehendi Themed Candles
Just that little extra to make your Mehendi function that much more special! 🙂
Signage is one of the easiest ways to personalise the decor at your wedding. While signs can come in handy for practical uses, such as displaying your wedding day agenda and different areas in your wedding venue, signs at venues can also be used as a decor element which narrates a story.
Whether you want to display a romantic song lyric or a quote from your favourite love story, there’s a sign for you.
We list down some of our favourites!
We would love to know which one is your favourite! 🙂
Fort Jadhavgadh is the first of its kind fort heritage hotel in Maharashtra which gives you a taste of Royal Maratha legacy of over 300 years!
You can experience history like none other and yet be spoilt with luxuries of modern life.
Fort Jadhavgarh has to its credit the title of the world’s first museum hotel. Situated at 2511 feet above sea-level and sprawled across 25 acres, this beauty provides guests with breathtaking views of hillocks and greens that surround the fort.
Their service portfolio for weddings includes everything that one could require such as wedding decor services, a high-quality menu which offers a variety of different selections, rooftop dining services and an ancient temple of Lord Ganesh for conducting the wedding rituals.
Their accommodation facilities are epic and include tastefully designed Royal tents fully equipped with a seating area, a bedroom and fully equipped restroom.The tents also have a garden area which grows popular herbs and vegetables which are used in the Royal kitchen, this is an experience in itself.
Besides which they have the Maharaja Suite and the Maharani Suite which are usually occupied by the bride and bridegroom offer royal indulgence in the true sense. They also provide direct access to the pool area and spa which can be great to relax in.
Most importantly, the friendly staff is more than accommodating and happy to customise your experience the way you want it!
Drapes have the ability to magically transform the dullest of places into a visual treat. Whether you have a particular color scheme or a theme running through your wedding or not, a beautifully designed ceiling drape with the right amount of lighting can add volumes to your wedding decor.
There are many ways to go about decking up your venue with drapes – you can either let them fall from the ceiling or take the ends of each fabric and attach it to where the ceiling and the walls meet, to give a romantic tent-like effect.
Lights and drapes get along like a house on fire; when you have monochrome drapes you can project colorful lighting on these drapes for a better effect. If your drapes are already colored, you can keep the setting to a minimal amber or house lighting.
Here are some of our favorite draping ideas which we’ve used with our weddings: